Acne Scars – Cause, Prevention And Treatment

All this time there has been something right in front of our eyes that can answer all our skin care problems. Isn’t it fruitless to continue going to the pharmacy and spending lots of money on products you’re not sure about? Don’t be someone who is persuaded into buying commonly marketed products that don’t provide results. A purely organic, complete, and balanced skin care treatment is now available to help diminish acne scars.

Do you often think of the skin you had when you were younger and wonder if you can ever have the same spotless complexion? Has your skin been changed by acne and consequential scarring? Now there is an organic product that successfully treats acne and acne scars. It is within your reach to rejuvenate your complexion. Harsh acne treatments are not necessary when there is a new natural acne treatment available that is biologically proven to heal acne, acne scars and take care of other skin problems.

It is actually detrimental to your skin to be caring for it too much. Cleansing too often can dry out skin and strip away important essential oils. Pharmaceutical treatments can be effective in washing away the outer layer of skin. This will keep the pores from being blocked, but will not effectively prevent future problems with acne.

It is important to be patient when looking for effective acne treatments. It is not possible to clear your skin in one night. You need to have patience to analyze the steady improvement of your skin’s condition. If you have oily skin and find yourself with ongoing problems with acne it might be necessary to look into prescription drugs. But be warned that there are some serious side effects to drugs such as Accutane and other that treat severe acne. It is important to talk to a dermatologist about whether these strong prescriptions are truly necessary.

Now there is a new natural treatment that improves acne and scars from acne better than any other product on the market. It is a biological mix of components that work together with your natural skin cells to kill off bacteria, clear out pores, and initiate restoration of damaged tissues. It is the most comprehensive and balanced of the natural skin care products.

An Organic Treatment Can Prevent Acne and Restore Scarred Skin from the Inside Out

Apply this treatment two times a day and it will penetrate into your pores and:

* stabilize the response of the immune system. This controls the number of cells responsible for disposing of foreign materials that cause acne.

* the product’s antimicrobial peptides rid your skin of bacteria and maintain an environment where bacteria will no longer be a problem.

* the scar healing ingredients slough off damaged tissue and promote the production of new healthy tissues.

* initiate fibroblast proliferation which regenerated new collagen proteins and elastin tissues that in turn restore skin damaged by scarring.

* absorb into the skin and trigger new and healthy skin cell production.

Evaluation of combined fractional radiofrequency and fractional laser treatment for acne Scars in Asians

Article first published online: 16 AUG 2012 DOI: 10.1002/lsm.22063 Copyright © 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.


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Background and Objectives

Fractionated radiofrequency (RF) induces deep dermal heating and leaves the epidermis less affected. We studied the efficacy and safety of bipolar RF and fractional diode laser followed by fractional RF in Asians with acne scars.
Materials and Methods

Twenty-four patients (skin types III and IV) with acne scars received up to five treatments of combined fractional 915-nm laser and bipolar RF using a Matrix IR applicator (Syneron Medical Ltd, Yokneam, Israel) with fluence ranging from 50 to 70 J/cm2, RF at 70–100 J/cm3, double passes followed by full-face bipolar fractional RF treatment using Matrix RF at energy ranging from 50 to 62 mJ/pin, at 4-week intervals. Changes in acne scars, skin texture, pore size, pigmentation irregularity, and complications were assessed up to 3 months post-treatment by standardized photographs obtained with Canfield Visia-CR system®. Subjective improvement and patient satisfaction were assessed by questionnaire.

Twenty patients (age 27.7 ± 8.4 years) completed the study. Modest but statistically significant improvement was noted in acne scars, with the mean grade decreased by 29% (P < 0.001), and 52% were rated with at least moderate objective global improvement at 3 months. Mean pain score was 2.6 on a scale of 0–4. There were also objective improvements in all secondary endpoints. Post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation (PIH) occurred mainly over bony areas in 6.5% of all treatments. Subjective improvement was moderate to significant for 36.8% of patients, and 63% reported being satisfied with the treatment results at 3 months despite considerable pain level. Conclusion Use of fractional laser with RF followed by fractional RF was shown to be safe and effective for acne scars with modest improvement and low PIH rate comparable to other resurfacing techniques in this Asian case series. Adequate pain control and recduced energy level when treating areas in close proximity to bone are advised. Lasers Surg. Med. 44: 622–630, 2012. © 2012 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.